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an imbalance in the way government enforced regulations and deals with future energy choice and has skewed the whole debate considerably. >> john: i think a lot of americans are beginning to start waking up to the realities of fracking. as you know, president obama's been touting an aggressive climate change agenda featuring this technology. do you feel it's possible to have a climate change agenda that includes fracking? is it genuine? >> no. i mean i think it is a mistaken information. i know the president and his administration has met many times with the natural gas industry and the natural gas industry has said well, we burn -- we create 50% of the co2 emissions as burning coal. well that's not the whole story. that sounds like a good thing like 50% of the co2 emissions. if you're focusing just on carbon dioxide. however, methane is a super greenhouse gas. it is 100 times more potent than carbon dioxide is in the short 20-year timeframe which means if you have anymore than 1% leakage of methane out of total production, you're like burning the gas twice. what we're finding in the field
sources of energy that can protect the planet and break the grip of our dependence on fossil fuels. this past year was one of the most extreme years for our nation's weather. it was the warmest year on record for the u.s. and droughts, wildfires and floods were far more frequent and far more intense. in fact, nine of the 10 hottest years since 1880 have been in the past decade. in 2012, 9.3 million acres of land across the country burned in wildfires, more than double the annual average and the second highest ever. rainfall was far below the average and it was one of the driest years in memory. droughts, heat waves and wildfires are now the norm rather than the exception. the extreme weather was also a significant drag on our economy. superstorm sandy cost $65 billion. western wildfires cost over $1 billion. and losses from drought cost $30 billion. greenhouse gases emitted as a result of human activity are e biggest drivers of climate change. that is a fact that's accepted by virtually every scientist around the world. we're only beginning to understand the impact of a global temp
the gulf recover, and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i've been with bp for 24 years. i was part of the team that helped deliver on our commitments to the gulf - and i can tell you, safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge safety equipment and technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all our drilling activity, twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. safety is a vital part of bp's commitment to america - and to the nearly 250,000 people who work with us here. we invest more in the u.s. than anywhere else in the world. over fifty-five billion dollars here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. forecast in some cities oftened the country. expect thunderstorms in new york. miami, thunderstorms as well. chicago, thunderstorms in the morning. dallas will be partly sunny, and los angeles, morning clouds, 85 the high. >>> and time no
generation. as the president said, we need an all-of-the-above approach to energy coupled with steady, responsible steps to cut carbon pollution. part of the solution is for both the public and the private sectors to continue developing breakthroughs in areas like clean energy. these breakthroughs will have an added benefit of helping us outcompete and outinnovate the rest of the world in the energy sector. we also need to do on-the-ground work to help communities as they confront the effects of climate change, many of which are already evident in some of our major coastal areas. noaa is at the forefront of helping these communities become more resilient for the long term. we're providing tools and expertise to help them prepare for and respond to issues like drought, sea level rise, flooding and more. we must all be working together to insure a healthy planet and provide a bright future for our children. it's clear that our president understands all of this and, of course, leaders like chairwoman mikulski understand it too. she understands that our environment, our way of life and ou
reasons. we did it because we thought transparency is right. we did it in order to deal with energy security so that we know the type of contracts that are being entered into. we did it so investors would have information in order to decide whether they wanted to invest in the stock. the united states has been on the forefront of transparency, and this decision will delay implementation of a vital transparency rule that will shine much-needed sunlight on information designed to protect investors and to promote u.s. energy security. the cardin-lugar amendment are critical to achieving important u.s. policy objectives. these objectives include protecting united states interests in both national and energy security. why do i say that? well, by having transparency and what the extractive industries are doing, it makes it more likely that we'll have stable energy sources globally. stable energy sources are critically important to our national security interests. these provisions are important for our national security. it also ensures investors' awareness and protection. if you're going
, speaking of really wild weather, a troubling new report showing the vulnerabilities of our nation's energy system. rick is taking a look at that report, and he's here with more. >> reporter: has to do with climate change, and i guess we should mention off the top if there are those who are skeptical of climate change and feel that a lot of the data this' put out there has been bloated a little bit, but this is a report from the department of energy, and it talks about the weather and the change that it's having and how it's already causing discan resumption to our country's -- disruption to our country's energy supply. the government report from the doe, the department of energy, says that it's likely to get worse as the weather gets more extreme like some of the storms we've been seeing, higher temperatures, more frequent droughts. and apparently the effects are already being felt. remember the massive blackouts and the power disruptions that were caused by superstorm sandy? those are mentioned in this report. in every corner of the country's energy infrastructure is vulnerable according
. they like this energy partner. what do you zphp you got to raise something. that's all they ever think about doing. ake, take, take. all they can take -- all they can talk about is schools, schools, educate the people. keep your homes and stuff. host: you're breaking up on us. i think you're starting to break up on us. we are going to talk about schools later in the program. we'll focus on kindergartener education, and there's some new research out on that, how america's children are doing. some comments on social media. we see on facebook, let's go there. ok, so let me get this straight. it's ok for democrats to use a fill bust neither texas legislature, but not for republicans who want to use it in d.c.? and jim says, i've been looking for leadership from the senate and watching the republican senators' statements from yesterday, i'm still looking. this goes for democrats too. on twitter, bring it on, harry, referring to senator harry reid. the g.o.p. will take over the senate in 2016, and we'll have our revenge big time. let's go to ralph in new york. democrats line. hi, raffle. caller: y
more energy break it down, your metabolism is working faster, so those that have a high thermogenic affect our lean proteins. >> that includes chicken, proteins, egg whites, and nuts, plus vegetables and many forms, but take the easy con cards. >> they are low thermogenic foods, so it does not take the body much to digest them. >> increase in your sleep. and be mindful of little things you can do to burn more calories. >> even just anding than sitting is going to burn more calories. >> the goal is to get your body to work harder for you when you are hardly working. wbal tv 11 news. >> great advice. still ahead on abc 7 news at that damageate of to the salvation army store in cambridge. plus -- >> sequestration hits the department of defense. mickey, and another surprising departure from the morning r show morning 98ock. -- the morning show latebreaking., you are watching wbal tv 11 news at 5:00 with stan stovall and dan hamilton, -- and donna hamilton. the 5:00 p.m.s continues now. >> new tonight at 5:30, a day off without pay started for thousands of people who hold civilian jobs w
during the worst of the recession. from the department of energy can direct consumers to the best place to get gas. click on save money and fuel been cast prices than local prices, then pick the state and city to find your station for the cheapest prices. speaking of fuel, fuel for the soul, twinkies are hitting the shelves next week. when they come back on july 15, hostess says the yellowcake will have a shelflife of 4045 days. that is almost read weeks longer -- three weeks longer. that decision was made by the previous owner, but the company went bankrupt before the longer- lasting takes debuted. hostess is taking steps to longerthe lifespan even with plans to deliver them to stores frozen, donna. 45 days. >> 45 days. you can enjoy the sounds and smells of the second annual caribbean festival this weekend. makes you want to dance, doesn't it? the festival teachers i went culture, handcrafted costumes, and wonderful treats. it is not just about the caribbean, it also baltimore city. >> i think it is important we have the community behind us. >> it's a great time. it
the cost of things that we consume, housing, energy, you're about to take about in your next segment and food, the prices are going up, but real wages are not. it's dangerous and the federal reserve's fault. >> okay, you made your point. the other point he's going to keep going as the market goes up and he keeps printing. you have a good weekend and stay away from the fed minutes. it's just past 9:30 and we are open for business on wall street. the opening trend, i'm going to call it dead flat. what are we, down.92, after a whopping great big rally yesterday and took the dow yesterday, 15,460, that's the new high. by the way, as we look at that. up a tad more in the early going this morning. individual stocks, microsoft, right off the bat. in the background to the company. the guardian newspaper in britain reports that edward snowden provides documents that microsoft helped nsa access users files and conversations. accord to go snowden microsoft's involvement allowed the feds to bypass encryption software meant to protect the privacy of millions of users. absolutely no impact on the
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while doing what she loves. >> full of energy and excitement that when you met her, you had better hold on for the ride because you were going to be swept up in her forward momentum. >> wicker was 44 years old, she is survived by her two children, pilot charlie swinger also died. the ntsb is still investigating the cause of that deadly crash. >> switching gears now, one washington sports team claimed its spot in the history books last night, scott joins us now to break it all down, scott. >> jummy, great news, the washington castles tennis team sets a record in the sports world. take a look here. the castles netted their 34th consecutive victory. the previous record was held on the basketball court by the l.a. lakers who won 33 in a row in the 1971-72 season and our sports director will have much more coming up in the next half hour of "good morning, washington." more great news for the castles, i know they wanted to get that 34th win. >> absolutely. >> back here in the weather center with jacqui. tennis anyone, today? >> you could. a round or two, absolutely. >> no showers. >> especial
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thunderstorm could popd up later this evening, there's ' some energy farther back to theo north and west.d that is going to come on across, at least we leave a chance of aa shower or maybe even aeven thunderstorm in the forecast. i'm even going to think thatthik there's a possibility that we could have a spotty shower overnight tonight, too. too. depend, all of this -- again all of this is just spotty. i have slightly better news in the forecast, and we will talkwl about that coming up in the accuweather seven-day forecast. shawn, depend, res again rest yo but it does look better toward the end of the week and maybe into the weekend. >> we like that, thank you. >>> still ahead on the 5:00, on the stars of the reality show basketball live is apparentlyape not taking her divorce too well. wait until you hear what sheshe allegedly did after showing up to her husband's home in a bulletproof vest. [ male announcer ] do you love prime rib?b? get to your local subway for the delectable, new prime rib melt built fresh from the bread up! savory cuts of tender prime rib in an au jus glaze with del
the initial batch will get ie n here. however as we get into theinto afternoon hours, energy back in ohio what we call upper level ur trough will come in and this iss what we typically see in the afternoon hours, in the summeru, months, what that will do is dos serve as sort of a place for thr storms to follow and get somesoe lift, and traps give us scattered showers and storms. 89, the scattered showers andshr thunderstorms in the forecast. e >> okay, we will take it, because we have no other choice. >> thanks, tucker.>> >>> time to check in with julie wright and get awn date o an upe morning commute.ute. >>> there's construction in constitution, and we're sheafing receiving word that a man is complaining of chest pains, there's a rescue underway, keep your eyes open at 14 and constitution avenue.venue. meanwhile in virginia, virg northbound i95, no issues toto report there.e. 66 is taking a peek at right now. coming in from manassas, andssa light traffic volume, continuing inbound toward fair oaks, off to a quiet start, and leaving, the church, and continuingd northbound, to issues to report
as president. of thermer director fo th international atomic energy agency. we will continue the conversation with eric traiger, who gives us a historical perspective. marilyn werber serafini about the federal health care law -- and the new york times elisabeth rosenthal talked about maternity care costs. starting at 7:00. next, a federal reserve board talks about future capital requirements. part ofrequirement is the dodd-frank law. this is an hour and 15 minutes. >> good morning. >> i'd like to begin by welcoming our guests. is an important step -- to provide financial stability. there is a comprehensive capital from work that the board has for some timeg with our international colleagues in central banks and regulatory agencies. provides the organization to have higher-quality capital. future lossesrb for those taking excessive risks. we hope to have safe and sound banks to whether financial and meet the credit needs of our economy. this fulfills the u.s. commitment to revise international regulatory capital framework. with the largest and most active international banking organizations. t
-span2. as energy and commerce subcommittee on health looks at the current medicaid system and considers ideas for possible changes. see the hearing live on c-span3 at 4:00 eastern. today willsey discuss foreign and domestic oil affecting national security. now we wills from still be looking at a world dominated by its the traditional pay tv packages. people have waited for years to see this blow apart. it started to happen. we're starting to see erosion around the edges, not from seismic change, but through the leakage of people out of the system at a slow but accumulating great. over 10 years that will be a very large audience that the programmers and entertainment industry will have to address and serve. >> we are trying to set up an opportunity for broadcasters to turn in some of their respective rights, if they choose to, to decide to channels share or moved to a different part of the spectrum, and in return, -- in return, get a part of the auction proceeds can turn around and sell it to the wireless companies for front -- flexible use. >> more of what is happening in the cable indu
" the u.s. warns climate change could cause more energy breakdown. is vulnerabletem to increasingly severe and costly weather events, according to a report from the department of energy to be published today. also, the rift among democrats calls efforts to reverse a ride and college loan rates. a bipartisan senate coalition on wednesday blocked a democratic proposal to retroactively cut interest rates on higher education loans and half, leaving any student -- student loan n-rescued and out and leading their divisions among democrats on how to resolve the dispute. times,"new york democrats shrugging off the delay of the health-care law employers that large have to give their employees health insurance. they are affirming their support for the health law. we will hear from members of congress later on this morning and get their perspective on the health-care law story. we are also seeing u.s. senat ors are concerned about the sale of smithfield food, the nation's largest pork producer. the head of the company told skeptical lawmakers on capitol hill yesterday that the proposed 4.7 billion do
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's no question that the team is also feeding off of fan energy. back to you. >> we've got to open up a peanut stand somewhere downtown. area businesses say they expect to stay busy through the regular season and hope to see the o's in the playoffs. >> i hope to see them start winning. >>> coming up, sudden danger. a car crashed at a gas station sets off a powerful blast. the quick action that saved one man's life. >>> the damming new evidence against aaron hernandez that paints him as a cold-blooded killer. >>> what happened to this woman's two dogs was bad enough, but wait until you hear what happened to her. why her family was in court today instead of her coming up on eyewitness news. >>> when will we see drier air coming our way? i'm bob turk, complete first warning forecast coming up next. ,,,, could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yep, everybody knows that. well, did you know some owls aren't that wise? don't forget i'm having brunch with meghan tomorrow. who? meghan, my coworker. who? seriously? you've met her like three times. who? (sighs) geico. fifteen minutes cou
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. >> the orioles front office says there's no question the players feed off of fan energy. it's evident by the way the team is playing. i'm kai jackson reporting. >> area businesses say they expect to say busy through the regular season and hope to see the orioles in the playoffs. >>> the road to the playoffs got bumpy with the rangers in town. manny machado scores a homerun putting the orioles up 2-1. the orioles defense cannot hold onto that lead. britain gives up 5 runs in 5 innings of work. the orioles lose 8-4. the birds have last 5 out of the last 6 games. pitching the problem, but everybody seems to be feeling the frustration. >> it happens in sports. if you want somebody to hit 400 all the time or 300, whatever you guys label us to hit, it's not going to happen every day. the good thing about baseball, there's tomorrow. be positive and come back tomorrow. >> pitchers britain and g os mand were sent down to the minors after last night's game. chen will be back. >> you're going to win 60, you're going to lose 60, what do you do with the other 42. so far pretty good with the other 42. keep ca
reports the nsa is also gathering information about oil and energy in latin america. >>> happening right now in fort hood, texas, jury selection in the trial of major hasan. >>> an expert on gunshot wounds was the primary witness today at the george zimmerman trial. >> he testified for the defense and said evidence supports zimmerman's claim of how he shot trayvon martin. nbc's jay gray joins us now live from the courthouse in sanford, florida, where the judge is expected to decide soon if an animation of the deadly confrontation should be played in court. jay? >> reporter: yeah, jim that debate began this morning. it will continue after the testimony here today. look, the defense strategy did shift a bit to a review of the details from the shooting of george zimmerman's injuries that as you talked about, jim, their witness testified do support his claims of self-defense. the rapid pace and emotion that had defined the defense case for the first two days gave way to a technical analysis inside the courtroom today. >> much more specifically talk about the gunshot itself, and the mechanics
. >> reporter: we're now seeing the inside of the ill fatedfa aircraft for the first time. energies crews sharing how theyy -- emergency crews sharing howgo they rescued those that theythat could not walk away. away >> the fire was banking down on us, we had heavy black smoke. >> reporter: federal investigators are questioningar whether one of teen victims wass run over on the tarmac by rescue vehicles. >> there's been information and evidence to suggest that one off our fire apparatus, may have come into contact. >> reporter: for now the ntsb and fire crew airport is waiting for the coroner to determine the cause of death. deat >> as of this time because we have not established thosehose facts, we cannot answer your question. >> reporter: federal investigators are very rude the surveillance rid t video to seef of the victims was run over byey an emergency vehicle, but it's inconclusive. jennifer davis, fox news. >>> tonight egypt is plungingpli further into chaos after clashel between the muslim brotherhood and the military that toppled the democratically elected president. either sid
-up shower. but with sun setting, we'll start losing the energy from the sun. temperature-wise, sufficiency certainly cooler today. normal high was 87. only got to 86. no more 90s. although it will probably get close to that the next couple of days. 75 in oakland. 85, ocean city. elkton had should showers. they had dropped down to 79. 87 over in d.c. they got up to 87. that's pretty much as warm as they got. now, we do have a new tropical system in the caribbean, way out there. and chelsea has a look at what's going on out there. chelsea? >> that's right, bob. our third named storm of this tropical season, tropical storm chantal. take a look at this graphic. this is going to show the projection throughout the cone of uncertainty, all the way up through the united states. you can see around tuesday. it will be lesser antilles. and by saturday, projected to land somewhere close to florida. winds now around 45 miles per hour. though there is still some uncertainty with its track. the general trend is showing it, moving closer and closer towards the southeastern united states. the first warning
. that's energy in the palm of your hand. this is taiwan's first panda cub. >>> panda cubs are always the size of a stick of butter. >> i think it takes a while before we determine whether it's a boy or a girl. >> violent clashes in egypt leave 51 dead and hundreds injured. what's the white house next move >> why files on the osama bin laden raid have been purged from pentagon computers . >>> welcome back. i'm pat lawson muse. >> i'm jim handly. right now the story is heat, humidity and a few showers out there. >> meteorologist chuck bell is tracking it all from the storm center. >> the rain is out of the immediate metro area but still remains more opportunities for rain especially if you live south of town or to the north of town. temperatures inside the immediate metro are back up, up to the upper 80s. 86 in reston and burke. 87 degrees indown. 87 in berwyn heights, maryland. there you can see on storm team 4 radar not much going on. a few showers are well north in hagerstown. these will develop and come along i-70. in frederick county keep your eye out. thunderstorms just off to th
from these engineers. -- energies. >> dujust say the days are getting shorter? you're always messing up my summer. >> they are. >>> still ahead on eyewitness news at 5:00. a deadly crash. an air taxi goes down in flames in canada. the many questions surrounding the accident. >>> a bear darts across the maryland interstate, right in front of drivers. i'm lynn buty. coming up, why bear sightings peak during summer. >>> i'm mike schuh in baltimore. with a one of a kind, medical prescription application, tying into u.s. cyber security. their story next. >>> and here's today's report from wall street. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 5:30. 84 degrees and partly sunny. good evening. thank you for staying with wjz eyewitness news. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. it is happening more and more during summers in maryland. bears, wandering into suburban neighborhoods. and just this weekend, one bear startled drivers on a busy interstate. wjz is live. lynn buoy has more on the recent close encounters. lynn? >> reporter: keep those eyes open, everyone. this t
beginning with one that focuses on energy and water programs. both chambers return monday at 2:00 p.m. eastern or you watch the house live on c-span, the c-nate live on c-span two -- span2. >> coming up next, a conversation between former president bill clinton and new jersey governor chris christie about natural disaster preparation. makers" with dr. ardis hoven. five years from now, we will still be looking at a world that is dominated by the traditional tv packages. people have waited for years to see the package will part. it is starting to happen. you're starting to see erosion around the edges not through some seismic change in the business model or technology, but through the leakage of people out of the system at a very slow but accumulating right. over 10 years tom a that will be a very -- years, they'll be a very large audience. the entertainment industry will have to address that and serve them. >> were tried to up an opportunity for broadcasters to turn in some of their respective rights if they choose to. get a part of the option proceeds. >> more of what is happening i
't do efficiently. there's a company, for example, that used open government data on general energy trends and weather to help families save more than $300 million on the energy bills. there's another company called itriage founded by two emergency room doctors that is using freely downloadable data about health care providers from the department of health and human services to help more than 9 million people find the closest theres and hospitals that meet their needs. and the lie goes -- list goes on. the companies have hired hundreds of people, and still hiring. millions of people have already used these applications that were created as a consequence of releasing the data tap. so we have made some good progress on all fronts. but now we need to do more. so today i met with all of my cabinet, including a number of new cabinet members, some of whom who have private ebbs the record -- extraordinary private sector experience. it delivers a smarter with for innovative and accountable government for its citizens. we're going don't -- continue to adopt good idea for the private sector.
of green energy to a couple of fly-by-night guys have been able to put together a lot of money and make a quick buck. he said our facility paid off in two years. we got all of our capital invested back into years, because we had the blenders tax. we get tax credit. we got through the tax system we got our entire investment back into years in the chute system. you talk to some of these offshore guys were doing and they say tom delay put that stupid tax credit for offshore oil development, we don't need but we have to take advantage of it because it's there but we don't need. what the hell are we doing that for? we can make plenty of money without a. with a tax benefit that benefit that they got over the little guy and we need to reform it and we have a government with way too much benefit that closed to the people have got the money that keeps the resources from the people who need. and also keeps paying too much in taxes because they're running up too much debt because most of that corporate welfare is being paid for by our women that we don't have. i want somebody will stand up and say
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denied term,mation in the second the votes of been big. the department of energy was 97- 0. the low one, jack lew only got 71 votes. they are getting overwhelming votes in the senate. as has been stated, there have been 199 lower court confirmations. two were defeated. if you look at this year, the number that have been confirmed as 28 judges. at the same time, in president bush's second, the number was 10. in processing time, it has been a lot faster. they are getting 100 days faster in terms of the rate of which judges are getting to the process here. there is no foundation, no bases upon which the democrats should do what they are talking about doing. as somebody who came here back in 2005, and came into office on this argument, because the democrats were holding up president bush's judicial nominees, and there was a debate about whether or not to exercise a nuclear option, many of us refresh rate is with the pace of the senate. were some pathetic to that argument. fortunately, cooler heads prevailed. there were lots of things he wanted to do legislatively. we would love to have gott
more than $300 million is what we hope to save on energy bills. there is another company about triaged donning my two emergency room doctors that is using downloadable data about health care providers from the department of health and human services. helping 2 million people i'm closest doctors and hospitals and list goes on. hundreds of people are still hiring. so we have made some good progress so today i met with my cabinet, including a number of new cabinet members, some who have extraordinary experience. i directed the cabinet to deliver a smarter and more innovative and more accountable government. we will continue to adopt good idea from the private sector. i have asked the director of the office of the management of budget to lead us. she was part of a team that presided over three years of budget surpluses in the 1990s after philanthropic work at the wal-mart foundation she has come back to help us move this effort forward. she is not the only one. we have also welcomed a new class of presidential innovation fellows. and i would love for the press to meet some of these folks b
as well, hence the reason for us to move forward with energy independence, which i think would positively impact the economy and foreign policy. these are some of the factors. host: monique. look into the conversation ca. caller: good morning, everyone. i have a quick comment. we should not be in the middle east at all. whatever other countries choose to do, that is their democracy. no other countries have invaded through slavery or separate -- segregation. i do not think members of congress should have all the secret intelligence information that the senate has. not for everybody. for some reason i do not think congressman or women can hold secret intelligence information at all. they use it against each other. you wonder how china and russia do what they do. host: what about the idea of we should not be involved in were in the middle east? guest: it is how we are involved. i think we do have to be involved, and america's still has a very significant role to play in helping countries have stable situations. i think we should definitely be involved. military involvement is what chris and
been confirmed recently. the energy secretary confirmed 97-0. the only reason that we had to vote on it really is because the majority leader finally decided to put that nomination on the floor. of his unanimous. 97-0. everybody who was here voted in favor of that nomination. secretary of interior, 87-11. secretary of treasury, 71-26. the office of management and budget, 96-0. the secretary of state john kerry was confirmed 94-3. he was confirmed only seven days after the senate got his nomination. the administrator for the centers of medicare and medicade services was confirmed 91-7. the chair of the securities exchange commission was confirmed by voice vote. there wasn't even a recorded vote. that is essentially a unanimous decision of the senate. secretary of transportation, 100-0. secretary of congress, 97-1. madam president, it is worth recalling some of the words that were spoken by different members of the senate because this is the kind of thing that will come back to haunt you if you flip-flop and take a different position later on. this is senator harry reid on december
's a tough issue because it's expensive and it's hard to get people onboard with paying more for energy and things like that. so, i think that having a victory, democratic victory in kentucky would be easier for people who want to see climate change stuff happen. but there are broader questions about how to get that focus and get really fired up on it. >> i want to thank sahil kapur. an update on the latest in egypt, after this. with o ur " name your price" tool, people pick a price and we help them find a policy that works for them. huh? also... we've been working on something very special. [ minions gasp, chuckle ] ohhh! ohhh! one day the world... no, the universe will have the pricing power they deserve. mouhahaha! mouhahaha! mouhahaha! ooh-hee-hee-hee! blaaaah! we'll work on it. wah-hah-hah! stopping at nothing to help you save. aren't always the most obvious. take the humble stevia plant, with a surprising secret to share: sweetness. truvia sweetener. zero-calorie sweetness, born from the stevia leaf. from nature, for sweetness. >>> new round of violence erupted in cairo between so
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